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Ah, this sequel to the beginning of Matt and Evan's love story was like a second helping of dessert. You could be full after just one but the second made it all the more delicious. The cast of characters surround them, each bringing a unique dynamic to their story. The author has created the world to feel as if you could join right in and be a part of it. They're normal, struggling with emotions and yet full of promise. I dare anyone to listen to this series and not cheer on these men.
This review originally posted on the Guilty Indulgence Review Site.
What did you like best about Duty & Devotion? What did you like least?
I ADORE this series and am disappointed by the narration.
How did the narrator detract from the book?
To me it sounds like he's on the verge of tears all the time. It can be distracting.
Any additional comments?
(Though this is book 3, it follows right after book one and you don’t need to have read book 2 to read this.)
Matt and Evan are starting to get used to being a couple. Matt is more or less a house-husband and this is both wonderful and somewhat alarming for him to accept. It’d be easier if Evan wasn’t being so difficult – working all the time, jealous of that one time affair with Jim, unwilling to call himself “gay”.
The in-laws aren’t making things easier either. They are threatening to take the kids from Evan.
Luckily, Jim and Griffin give great advice to the couple. Evan finally figures out his priorities and Matt finds something else to do with his time.
I really loved this installment of the series. These are real problems these guys are facing – whether you are gay or straight – we all face similar issues.
I loved the intimacy and the closeness the couple now shares. It’s very satisfying to see how their emotional and physical relationship evolves.
Having this “sequel” really adds to the series and helps to cement these guys in the hall of fame of m/m MCs as far as I’m concerned. I really feel like I “know” them and am part of their familes.
JP Handler narrates this as well. I still feel that, for me, he’s not to my taste as far as narrators go. Where he excels, dialog, he does very well.